Comité international des Jeux méditerranéens

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Comité international des Jeux méditerranéens
Gold medal mediterranean.svg
A gold medal icon for Mediterranean games repeats the logo of Games
Formation 1 January 1948; 68 years ago (1948-01-01)
Type Sports federation
Headquarters Greece Athens
Membership
25
Official language
Arabic, English, French
President
Algeria Amar Addati
Website www.cijm.org.gr

The Comité international des Jeux méditerranéens, CIJM (International Committee of Mediterranean Games in English), is the organization of the National Olympic Committees who presides, regulates and organizes the Mediterranean Games.[1]

History[edit]

During the 3rd edition of the Mediterranean Games in 1959 in Beirut, the head of the organization and the president of the Lebanese Olympic Committee Gabriel Jemayel, also International Olympic Committee member, realized that the existence of these Games was fragile and therefore decided to create the CIJM which intervened officially on 16 June 1961.[2]

Members[edit]

Maps of the 23 participants Nations

Asocations Members[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "International Committee of Mediterranean Games". cijm.org.gr. Retrieved 11 December 2012. 
  2. ^ "CIJM history". cijm.org.gr. 

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